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PUBLISHER: Reed Electronics Research | PRODUCT CODE: 1481477

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PUBLISHER: Reed Electronics Research | PRODUCT CODE: 1481477

The European EMS [Electronic Manufacturing Services] Industry - A Strategic Analysis of the Top 50 European EMS Providers

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Taking into account recent acquisitions, two European-owned companies would have had revenues over Euro 1 billion in 2022, GPV joining long-term Number One Zollner following the completion of its acquisition of Enics at the beginning of October 2022.

The Top 25 European-Owned EMS Providers in 2022 based on Global Revenues:

Rank Company Country
1. Zollner Germany
2. GPV Denmark
3. Scanfil Finland
4. Kontron Germany
5. VIDEOTON Hungary
6. Kitron Norway
7. Neways Netherlands
8. LACROIX Electronics France
9. HANZA Sweden
10. Melecs Austria
11. Fideltronik Poland
12. NOTE Sweden
13. Cicor Switzerland
14. ALL Circuits France
15. BMK Group Germany
16. Elemaster Italy
17. eolane France
18. Connect Group Belgium
19. TT Electronics UK
20. duotec Germany
21. TQ-Group Germany
22. Variosystems Switzerland
23. Incap Finland
24. Norautron Norway
25. Elrad Slovenia

Note: Based on global revenues. Includes acquisitions announced in 2022 through to March 2024.

The Austrian IoT solutions provider Kontron has entered into the Top Ten following the acquisition of the second largest German EMS provider KATEK in the first quarter of 2024 while HANZA has also entered into the Top 10 following the purchase of fellow Swedish company Orbit One in January 2024.

Cicor moved to 13th in the ranking following two further acquisitions, the Swiss company now the leading EMS provider in the UK following the purchase of TT Electronics' UK PCBA manufacturing operations.

Globally, TT Electronics remains within the Top 50 with production facilities in the US and Asia. In France, Agon Electronics entered the Top 50 following the purchase of fellow French company Tronico- ALCEN while additional acquisitions have been made by the Nordic companies NOTE in the UK and Inission in Norway.

To meet customer's requirements for local production the major European-owned companies have and will continue to invest in extending their global manufacturing presence.

In 2022, the Top 50 European-owned companies generated revenues of Euro 13 billion from their EMEA manufacturing operations and accounted for 29.5% of the total EMEA market.

With extensive volume manufacturing operations in Europe the Top Three EMS providers in EMEA in 2022 - Foxconn, Flex and Jabil - had estimated revenues of Euro 16.3 billion while the 12 non-EMEA companies in the Top 50 ranking accounted for 45% of the total.

The Fourteenth Edition of The European EMS Industry - A Strategic Analysis of the Top 50 EMS Providers provides a detailed overview of the key companies impacting the European EMS industry. This comprehensive report provides:

  • A ranking of the Top 50 EMEA providers in 2022
  • A ranking of the Top 50 European EMS providers in 2022 based on global revenues.
  • A ranking of the Top 50 European-owned EMS providers in 2022 based on global revenues and taking into recent acquisitions
  • Detailed profiles of the Top 50 European EMS providers, the leading EMS companies in Israel and the Top 12 non-European including an outline of their operations and latest company developments.
  • An overview of the structure of the European EMS industry and an outlook for the market through to 2027.
  • A directory of the European manufacturing operations for the companies profiled in the report.

Who will benefit:

The Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) industry report is essential research for all areas of the electronics industry including:

  • Distributors and manufacturers of electronic components and materials - the profiles and directory provide a detailed analysis of potential customers.
  • Production equipment suppliers - the profiles and directory provide a detailed analysis of potential customers
  • OEMs - A comprehensive guide to the major EMS companies in Europe in detail. Allows the user to quickly identify the key players by location, size and core capabilities.
  • EMS - provides detailed competitor analysis on the key 60 European EMS providers Other organizations which will benefit from the report include: Government, including investment organizations Financial and industry analysts Academic institutes & universities tracking developments in the electronics industry.

Table of Contents

1. The EMEA EMS Industry

  • 1.1. EMEA Market Overview
  • 1.2. The Structure of the EMEA EMS Industry
  • 1.3. The Role of the Global EMS
  • 1.4. The Role of the European EMS
  • 1.5. Acquisitions
  • 1.6. The Move to a Global Manufacturing Footprint
  • 1.7. Consolidation

2. Rankings

3. Profiles of the Leading European EMS Providers:

  • Agon Electronics
  • Alliance Electronics
  • Bitron Electronics
  • BMK Group
  • Bosch EMS
  • Cicor
  • cms electronics
  • Connect Group
  • Darekon
  • Deltec Automotive
  • Diehl Controls
  • duotec
  • Elemaster
  • Elrad
  • eolane
  • Fideltronik
  • GPV
  • Incap
  • Inission
  • Kitron
  • Kontron
  • LACROIX Electronics
  • Leab
  • Matra Electronique
  • Melecs
  • MW.FEP
  • Neways
  • Norautron
  • NOTE
  • Nvision
  • Pantel-Elektronik
  • Prettl Electronics
  • RAFI
  • RAWE Electronic
  • Scanfil
  • Selcom Group
  • Selha
  • Sero
  • Teltonika EMS
  • Tonfunk
  • TQ-Group
  • TT Electronics
  • Variosystems
  • Zollner

Non-European companies profiled include: Israeli-based EMS companies include:

  • Asteelflash
  • Benchmark
  • Celestica
  • Flex
  • Foxconn
  • Integrated Micro-Electronics
  • Jabil
  • Kimball Electronics
  • Plexus
  • Sanmina
  • SIIX
  • SVI
  • AL Technologies
  • ATM Electronics/PCB Technologies
  • Nistec
  • RH Technologies
  • USR Electronic Systems

4. Directory of Manufacturing Facilities

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